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For week ended October 31, 1999 Posted 14 Nov 1999
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New Mormon temple built to last for 1,000 years

Edmonton's new small temple has been built to last at least 1,000 years, according to Dr. Blair Bennett, an LDS official in Alberta. The $5.3 million building on the 53rd Avenue grounds (near Whitemud Drive) of the Riverbend Stake Center is scheduled to be open to the public December 3rd and 4th and be dedicated December 11th and 12th. "It's not bomb-proof but it's probably the most secure building in Edmonton," says Bennett.
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Deseret News Mayoral Questionnaire makes industry news (Deseret News gets pushy in mayoral race)

The Deseret News came under fire last month both from Salt Lake's mayoral candidates and form cross-town rival the Salt Lake Tribune after it sent an invasive 31-item questionnaire to both candidates for mayor. Now, newspaper industry publication Editor &Publisher has reported on the incident and newspaper journalists, editors and publishers are learning from its mistake.

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A senseless tragedy: Families struggle with tragic deaths

The murder-suicide of Jennifer Ann Daniel and Dan Pasek on Friday, October 22nd leaves the families of both victims struggling to understand. Two facts about their relationship may help the families make some sense of this senseless tragedy. Daniel was pregnant with Pasek's child, and she also was engaged to marry an LDS returned missionary.

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Stake President runs for Mayor (Hayden mayoral race timely)

When Hayden's incumbent mayor pulled out of the elections a few week ago, it left voters with only two choices. The two remaining candidates in this small city of 9000 situated just east of the Spokane, WA Metro area are running a timely mayoral race, literally. Time available for the job and reducing length of meetings have become key issues.

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LDS Relief Society in Seattle mounts mammoth sewing meet (Helping hands turn a good deed into many more)

More than 100 women in a stake relief society in eastern Seattle (Bothell and Woodinville), spent last Saturday turning a mountain of polar fleece into hats, booties, mittens and toys to be donated to both Seattle-area and internationally.

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Pres. Bateman Q&A session to be netcast live on NewsNet

An annual question and answer session with BYU's President Merrill J. Bateman will be broadcast live at 1 pm MDT (3pm EST, 8pm GMT) today on the Internet. In addition to an audio and video feed of President Bateman's answers, Internet viewers can ask questions by e-mail.

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